Q-Cells’ upgraded version of its Q.Peak Duo solar module series: the G6, is said to increase module yield by around 6% for a power output ranging from 355-420W. This was done by increasing the wafer size from 156.75 mm-wafer in G5 to 61.7 mm wafers in the G6. The panel, which features Q Cells’ Q.Antum passivated emitter rear contact (PERC) technology and six busbars, is available in a 122-cell format with an output of 355 W and in a 144-cell version, which Hanwha says ensures an output of 420 W.
Furthermore, the new technology allows for a panel which is not only more efficient but also longer lasting. In fact, the G6 can maintain more than 85% of its initial performance after 25 years, Q-Cells claim. Hanwha Q Cells said the G6 would be produced at its 1.6 GW factory in northern Georgia, in the U.S, and will be distributed in major solar markets later this year. Contact us to find out more!